Democrats Avoiding “Recovery” Word between Now and Elections

If you’ve noticed a curious lack of Democrats’ talking about a great economic recovery in their televised speeches, news conferences, and public campaign appearances, it’s because they have very good strategists. Democratic strategists are advising politicians on their side to avoid the word “recovery” in all that they say and write because it will make them look like they’re out of touch and won’t “convince them that policymakers really understand or are even focusing on the problems [average Read more […]

We Are All Sexist: A Beginners Guide To A Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign

“The sexist anti-Hillary campaign hasn’t even happened yet, but that isn’t stopping Democrats from accusing Republicans of bashing the presumptive 2016 presidential candidate just because she has lady parts. The Daily Beast…didn’t like it when RNC Chairman Reince Preibus promised to be ‘very aggressive’ against Hillary on Benghazi, Obamacare, and the like. Apparently, ‘very aggressive’ is dog-whistle for ‘woman-hating Neanderthal…’ So, Democrats can call Chris Christie ‘fat,’…Sarah Read more […]

Obama As Hero: Why We Must Attack The Strategy

“You have to be fast on your feet and adaptive or else a strategy is useless.” – Charles de Gaulle “Thus, what is of supreme importance in war is to attack the enemy’s strategy.” – Sun Tzu Each of the above quotes represents a single half of a picture. Each side of a conflict holds tension to the other side, pulling tight various strategies. The winning side isn’t necessarily the most brute, but the most enduring, regardless of its basic strength. Politics is all strategy, and, moreover, politics Read more […]

Thomas Sowell Warns Tea Party Against Idealism

Thomas Sowell is a smart man. Conservatives recognize this and they respect him deeply, so I hope they read his latest piece, “Tea Party at the Crossroads.” In it, Sowell beseeches the Tea Party to come to their senses on fighting the present battle over Obamacare. He cites a quote by another conservative hero, Edmund Burke: “Preserving my principles unshaken, I reserve my activity for rational endeavours.” “Burke makes a key distinction,” writes Sowell, “between believing in a principle Read more […]

The Plan Behind the Plan to Take Down Obamacare

Henry David Thoreau said: “Never look back unless you are planning to go that way.” The Republicans and Democrats are in a high-stakes game at the moment. Generally speaking, Democrats hold tightly to their—let’s call them principles, for lack of a morally bereft equivalent. Republicans, on the other hand, love to pretend they have principles, then when the time comes to demonstrate those principles, stop short. Another Republican problem—and this is a serious one—is a lack of forward thinking. Read more […]

Liberals Forced To Blame Obama Rather Than Admit Populace Feels Threatened

Obama is looking like a loser and he must hate it because, this time, it was not his fault; not mostly. But inevitably, as this state’s domestic disarmament campaign is defeated, liberals cannot admit what a tiny minority they are, and how much the country is against them. So they have to pretend that their public loss was due to Obama’s incompetence. Thus this new editorial in the Huffington Post: “Organizing for Action (OFA), the so-called 501(c)(4) grassroots organization founded by Read more […]

Boehner Caves To Obama

I’ve said this for years, and I think pretty much everyone knows, that John Boehner, Speaker of the House, is not what he claims to be. Right off the bat last term, I was hopeful that John Boehner was a conservative with strong, resolute opposition to the Democrats endless stream of insane demands. Well folks, what we got is a RINO. According to the Associated Press: “Signaling new movement in ‘fiscal cliff’ talks, House Speaker John Boehner has proposed raising the top rate for earners making Read more […]

Rand Paul to GOP: Vote “Present” on Dem Tax Hikes, Make Them Own Economy

I knew I liked Sen. Rand Paul. He has a long-term understanding of our problems. He realizes that with the outcome of this past election, the best thing for America is for Americans to realize that elections have consequences. Voting for a big government by voting for non-conservatives creates chaos. Paul knows that if congressional Republicans compromise on this “fiscal cliff” matter, they will be blamed when the economy falters. So rather than compromising, he suggests, just give the Democrats Read more […]

GOP Must Beat Dems at Own Game: Actually Cut Middle-Class Taxes Rather Than Keep Current Rates

A month ago I detailed a plan that I believed congressional Republicans should adopt for the next four years: complete compliance with the Democrats. If conservatism and the Republican Party at large are to be saved, the alternative must be seen clearly as disastrous and unacceptable. Of course, complying with Democrats will cause a lot of economic hardships for the country and financial burdens to be placed on the backs of Americans of all income levels, so the chance of Republicans agreeing Read more […]

Obama Wins, America Loses: Where Do We Go From Here?

We’ve reached the tipping point, folks. This election was the last hope for the American republic. We are now brazenly running toward Greece. How that will manifest in the coming years remains to be seen. We will certainly see our healthcare quality crumble, while costs soar–which has already begun; we will see spending continue to skyrocket; we will see entitlement programs expand, and we will see our country fall. This reminds me of something Professor Alexander Tyler wrote in 1787. Tyler was Read more […]